“Space Jam: A New Legacy” Gets 50% RT Approval; See the reviews!



The long-awaited sequel “Space Jam: A New Legacy” will be hitting national theaters soon, but it doesn’t seem to have quite appealed to critics.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the feature debuted with just 50% approval, scoring 6.30 / 10 based on 8 reviews so far. International pundits praised the production’s nostalgic atmosphere, but were divided over the narrative and messages created.

Check out the main comments below:

“There is a concrete sense that ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ is a love letter to movies and the people who make them” – Stuff.co.nz

“It’s hard not to feel like you’re delving into the marketing strategy of Warner Bros. executives. for two hours ”- News.com.au

“Nostalgia and homage shots can be a wonderful thing, but this sequel rarely takes the time to stand on both feet” – The Jam Report

“An assault on children that turns out to be a colorful and inexplicable distraction, but ironically, it’s quite difficult to create a legacy” – The AU Review

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“The funniest thing about ‘A New Legacy’ is the liveliness of the worlds created” – FILMINK

Recall that the film is scheduled to premiere on July 15 in Brazilian cinemas.

On a trip to Warner Bros. studios, superstar LeBron James and his son accidentally find themselves trapped in a world with all the stories and characters of the company, under the control of a powerful and troubled force called Al G (Don Cheadle). With the help of Bugs, LeBron must navigate a universe filled with movie scenes and iconic characters as the Looney Tunes come together to save their lost son. To return home, LeBron and the gang must unravel Al G’s mysterious plan and win an epic basketball game against game versions of NBA legends.

The cast includes LeBron James, Sonequa Martin-Green (“Once Upon a Time”, “Star Trek: Discovery”) and Don Cheadle.

Andrew Dodge (“Swear”) writes.

The original starred former professional basketball player Michael Jordan, who played the most famous Looney Tunes characters.

LeBron James made his film debut in the comedy “Uncompensated,” playing a version of himself. He also already holds an Oscar for best animated short.

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